Morning Coffee Series
Welcome to the new season of the Morning Coffee Series. Take ten minutes out of your week to explore the issues and topics critical to international education today. Learn from IE pioneers, leaders, and innovators. Grab a cup, press play, and enjoy a thought-provoking break.
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S2E10 The ERASMUS Imitation Games: the new UK Turing Mobility Scheme
Professor Robert Buttery is the head of International Relations for the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW). He is a lecturer in Management and International Studies and active member of various international higher education committees.
S2E9 Sustainable Development Goals and International Education
Mark Reid is a District Resource Teacher for Career Education in Vancouver. He career includes classroom teaching, curriculum development for the BC Ministry of Education and coaching educational technology implementation across BC.
S2E8 Migration, Immigration and International Education
Dr. Sandra Schinnerl is the Manager of Programs and Initiatives at the UBC Centre for Migration Studies and Associate Faculty at Royal Roads University. Her current research looks at how higher education institutions and their organizations influence immigration policy.
S2E7 COIL, Mobility and International Education
Dr. Keiko Ikeda is a professor in the Division of International Affairs at Kansai University. She is the Principal Project Manager for the Inter-University Exchange Project and the Vice-Director of the Institute for Innovative Global Education at Kansai University.
S2E6 Ethical Partnerships and International Education
Fazela Haniff is Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Human Resources Strategist Consultant at ACEI-Global Consulting Group. She is the past President of the International Education Association of South Africa, and its first women president.